River City Reading's Library Checkout: October 2015October 27, 2015
I was all set to get a review of Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice by Adam Benforado written and posted today, and wham—hello, severe sore throat, hacking cough and endless napping, nice to meet you. There's a slim-to-moderate chance this could be mono (sharing drinks will get you every time), so send all the non-Epstein-Barr vibes you can! I'll hopefully find out for sure tomorrow morning.
Anyway, since I'm bedridden, I'm going with an easy (and fun!) post today. Shannon over at River City Reading has decided to chronicle her monthly library adventures in Library Checkout, a feature where she shares what she's checked out as well as what holds she's eagerly anticipating. A serious library addict myself, I knew I needed to toss my October library book hat in the link-up ring.
This month's haul is brought to you almost exclusively by Readathon. Sorry, no pretty stack photos this month because, you know, bedridden.
Library Books Read
It, by Stephen King (audio, currently listening, and it's a bit of a cheat—my audio expired and so I used an Audible credit to buy it, but since I'm still on my Audible trial/it was free, it counts, right? *crickets*)
Checked Out, To Be Read
The Age of Miracles, by Karen Thompson
The Fishermen, by Chigozie Obioma
Hugo & Rose, by Bridget Foley
Dark Orbit, by Carolyn Ives Gilman
A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L'Engle
The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
None! The littlest of victories.
Bitch Planet, Vol. 1, by Kelly Sue Deconnick (this may not materialize because sometimes my library says it has ordered things that never show up in circulation)
Which of my TBR pile picks should I read next?
Were you a library bandit this month? Link up over at Shannon's blog!